Privacy Matters

Apple releases security patch to address "Bash"

Apple has released security patches to address the serious "Bash" vulnerability discovered last week.

To patch your machine, visit one of the links below and download the fix.

Journalists: Take a look at the surveillance going on in Ferguson

Police corruption activist finds apparent tracking device on his truck

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Law enforcement claims privacy harms security, but that's false

High tech equipment thus far fails to catch alleged cop killer in PA

The high tech military equipment federal grant and gift programs have bestowed on state and local law enforcement isn't helping Pennsylvania police find a man they say killed a state trooper before fleeing into the woods.

The NY Daily News reports:

Dear FBI: That thing you think you need to protect is not actually a secret

Dear FBI,

Everyone who pays attention to surveillance news knows that you've been working with police departments to help them use cell site simulators to spy on people's phones. Anyone who has access to the internet can easily learn this fact. It is not a secret, and nor are the capabilities of IMSI catchers secrets.

Australia government rushes terror laws that will allow spies to wiretap the entire internet

Did you hear about that ISIS plot to kidnap and behead random people in Australia? Did you hear about how it might not actually be true?

Federal plan to create super fast internet for cops faces corruption allegations

The federal government's multi-billion dollar plan to create a super fast internet for police departments has hit its first major public snag: allegations of corruption. McClatchy reports:

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